The Dry Pro Leg Cast Protector is 100% watertight and keeps your bandages, prosthesis and casts dry while you enjoy any number of activities in the water. With a patented vacuum seal, this waterproof cast protector is equipped with a convenient bulb pump operation that effectively suctions and seals airtight, water-proof space. The unparalleled waterproof sealing action keeps casts completely dry while you dive off of diving boards, ride ocean waves or simply relax in the bath or shower after a long day.
The Dry Pro Cast Protector offers full protection during a shower, bath or even an active swim. Unlike other ill-fitting products, the Dry Pro shower cover is simply unmatched; the airtight seal is completely slip proof, water proof and cannot be pulled off. Don't let your cast inhibit the water activities you enjoy - this waterproof cover is the ideal take-along item for any vacation, family get-together or hot summer day at the pool.
Product Features and Benefits
- Designed to fit snugly, especially the opening at the end of the cover where the arm and leg covers remain sealed
- Watertight, airtight vacuum seal prevents water from seeping into the protected area while you enjoy a wide variety of water activities
- Constructed from durable, high quality surgical latex formulated to withstand a variety of different water environments
- Available in a wide range of both full and half-leg sizes, making it suitable for customers of all ages
- Product number: FL-12, FL-14, FL-16, FL-18, HL-13, HL-15
- Manufacturer: Dry Pro
- Color: Blue
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Dry Pro Ships Free Yes
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsCan it be used in a hot tub?Question by: Kyle Mura on Jun 3, 2017 11:30:00 AMIt is not recommended that this item be used in a hot tub.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 5, 2017 9:14:00 AMI just recently broke my foot and am in a cast. My doctor recommended this product so I could shower and swim! It was a life saver! I love it! It says to remove after 45 minutes of use, however, I'm wondering how long I have to wait before I can put it back on? Thanks, CarolQuestion by: Carol Kovski on Jul 10, 2016 12:03:00 PMTypically you'll want to wait until the wrap dries before putting it back on to re-enter the water.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 10, 2016 4:27:00 PMWith a unna boot, your toes are the only part exposed. How does the dry cast protector cover your foot?Question by: Elizabeth Bowley on Mar 14, 2016 9:16:34 AMThere is a closure on the other end of the cover that keeps the foot from getting moisture inside.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Sep 21, 2016 1:47:00 PM